Thoughts on education of daughters

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Fathers And Daughters Quotes (132 quotes)

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Thoughts on the Education of Daughters (For Her Own Good: A Series of Conduct Books)

Reflections on Female Conduct,. The more important Duties of Life,. I N the following pages I have endeavoured to point out s ome important things with re s pect to female education. It is true, many treati s es have been already written; yet it occurred to me, that much s till remained to be s aid. I s hall not s well the s e s heets by writing apologies for my attempt. Indolence, and a thoughtle s s di s regard of every thing, except the pre s ent indulgence, make many mothers, who may have momentary s tarts of tenderne s s, neglect their children.

Mary Wollstonecraft. Wollstonecraft decries the poor education society allows women and makes a strong plea for education for women in domestic and academic areas. Men have in some respects very much the advantage.
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Published in by her friend Joseph Johnson, Thoughts is a conduct book that offers advice on female education to the emerging British middle class. Although dominated by considerations of morality and etiquette, the text also contains basic child-rearing instructions, such as how to care for an infant. An early version of the modern self-help book, the 18th-century British conduct book drew on many literary traditions, such as advice manuals and religious narratives. There was an explosion in the number of conduct books published during the second half of the eighteenth century, and Wollstonecraft took advantage of this burgeoning market when she published Thoughts. However, the book was only moderately successful: it was favourably reviewed, but only by one journal and it was reprinted only once. Although it was excerpted in popular contemporary magazines, it was not republished until the rise of feminist literary criticism in the s.

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  1. Thoughts on the education of daughters: with reflections on female conduct, in the more important duties of life is the first published work of the British feminist.

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